Death, science, faith, and redemption.
In the play “Anatomy of Gray,” which opened at Minneapolis’ Theatre in the Round this past weekend, a small-town, uneducated and very Christian community in the South falls ill to an epidemic, and their savior? A Jewish healer who descends on the town when his hot air balloon gets stuck in a tornado.
Sound intriguing? I vote yes.
The play, an area premiere by Jim Leonard, is, according to the theater, “part fantasy, part allegory, part drama, part comedy.” Like the play “Our Town,” the actors constantly break the Fourth Wall, engaging the audience in their thoughts and action. The play will be showing at Theatre in the Round until May 22nd.
TCJewfolk is giving away two free pairs of tickets to see “Anatomy of Gray” at Theatre in the Round. Want to win ’em? Answer this question in the comments to this post before Friday, May 6th at midnight.
Are faith and science mutually exclusive?
How do faith and science mingle or merge in YOUR life?
And of course, as always, there’s no right answer – we’re picking the winners randomly. Good luck!